I was introduced to art early in life because my father was a professional cartoonist. Throughout my early years I dabbled in art, but I was more interested in becoming a musician so that was the path I chose. When I was in my thirties I became excited about art again after seeing the work of Charles Movalli and Edward N. Ward, and began taking workshops with both of them. It was my introduction to plein air painting.
Whether I'm on a busy harbor or in a quiet hillside, nothing puts me into the moment like painting does. Some of my favorite subjects are boats, beaches, nature and architecture. I also enjoy including people in my paintings. I like working in watercolor and oil and am always striving to become a looser painter. I believe that what is in front of me is open to interpretation, and my goal is that my paintings be a reaction more than a rendering. - Tom Henderson
Each giclee print donated has been printed on high-quality cotton art paper and signed by Tom, the artist.
|Back Road (giclee 12x13.5) $150|
|Trail Head (giclee 12x13) SOLD||San Luis Hills (gilcee 12x17) $150|